Will the Israeli High Court uphold the "reasonableness" law?
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This question will resolve as Yes if credible sources report that the High Court of Israel upholds the "reasonableness" law. To be considered upheld the court must reject the petitions against the law or otherwise issue a final ruling that allows the law to remain in effect. An interim ruling not directly on the merits, such as freezing or delaying implementation, does not qualify.
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